The Blanch Law Firm’s experience with securities crimes spans over five decades, and our diverse team of white collar litigators knows and understands the federal laws governing securities crimes. Our white collar crimes attorneys defend executives in a variety of industries, often working with experts in accounting and finance to craft a top-notch defense. Our team approach to every securities crimes case we handle involves incorporating at least six attorneys on every case to assure a quality defense that takes a 360 degree view of the situation. The Blanch Law Firm’s securities crimes team is made up of white collar litigators whose collective background working in New York City district attorneys’ s, world-class law firms and heading up legal teams gives each client an incredibly diverse and skilled legal defense team.
Securities prosecutions involve federal prosecutors, grand jury investigations and the collective resources of the federal government. Only an experienced white collar crime law firm with a sophisticated approach to defending their clients can hope to succeed in a securities crimes trial.
Securities Crimes We Handle Include:
Stock Options Backdating
Financial fraud crimes such as this are difficult to execute, and so the laws governing securities crimes are complex as well. Securities Crimes Investigations are executed by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) which is made up of some of America's best and brightest attorneys and financial minds. The Blanch Law Firm's approach to defending securities crimes involves our legal team working closely with company executives to carefully navigate the entire investigation process.
The Blanch Law Firm represents high-profile individuals and high profile cases with regularity. For example, the firm's securities crime and financial fraud experience includes:
Extensive experience in the matters of Federal and State Asset Forfeiture, including those involving cash, real property, all types of motor vehicles, stocks and all other accounts and properties the Government seeks to forfeit in conjunction with criminal activity.
Representing a New York State developer in an appraisal proceeding to determine the replacement value of several iconic structures that were destroyed during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, an executive at a Fortune 500 company accused of attempting to spearhead a hostile takeover without the company's consent and a tax professional sued by several investors and investigated by both state and federal authorities.
If you're in the midst of an SEC investigation, or if an investigation is pending, Contact The Blanch Law Firm today by calling 212-736-3900. Initial consultations are complimentary and confidential.
Breach of Contract
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Excessive Use of Leverage and Margin
Failure to Execute Trades
Form U-5 Expungements
Indemnification and Contribution of Customer Claims
Mutual Fund Fraud
SEC Enforcement Defense
Securities Industry Regulatory Defense
Securities Litigation & Arbitration